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good morning, america. this morning -- october surprise. have the u.s. and iran cut a deal to hold the first one-on-one nuclear talks ever? the timing is interesting. the final presidential debate focus on foreign policy is tomorrow. nasty neighbor caught on camera. a man now faces charges after neighbors say they videotaped him vandalizing cars. the plunge at the pump. as election day nears, those high gas prices are suddenly starting to go way down. and clooney in court. hollywood superstar dragged into a sex scandal.
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we're all enjoying the music on this sunday morning. good morning, everybody. bianna and ron both off today. we're very happy, however, to have sharyn alfonsi and linsey davis joining us on her birthday. >> happy birthday. some sad breaking news. form former senator george mcgovern has died. he ran for president in 1972. we'll take a look in his long career in politics this morning. 16 days until the election. one day until the third and final presidential debate. this morning, so many questions. how will this big headline about iran play in the debate? and can this face-off shift the dynamic once again? an extremely tight race. we'll begin, though, the former president candidate and senator george mcgovern died
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this morning at 90. >> george stephanopoulos looks back at his life dedicated to public service. >> i will haunt the senseless bombing of indo china on inaugural day. >> he was the first senator to oppose the vietnam war. that cause would repel to the democratic nomination for president in 1972. >> rather than deception and manipulation. we're going to give richard nixon the retirement he so deserves. >> voters didn't see it that way. mcgovern lost one of the biggest landslides in the nation. carrying over massachusetts. he grew up in south da coy that. a liberal icon from a republican family.
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met his wife at a high school e debate tournament where she won. he served in congress and found his national voice leading the antiwar charge in his race to the white house. >> stand with your convictions. >> reporter: mcgovern stayed in the senate until an 1980 defeat. there were tragedies in his personal life, too. losing sons stephen and daughter teresa to alcoholism. >> i loved her. she never doubted that for a minute. i'm grateful for that. >> reporter: mcgovern spent his later years writing and working on one of his life long passions hunger. another developing story this morning, that potential october surprise, that iran is making moves to holding one-on-one talks.
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abc's david kerley is at the white house this morning. >> sharyn, this case could be a case of an overstatement of the situation. it comes an interesting time. just hours before the last presidential debate, which will cover foreign affairs. the "new york times" with a headline, there's an agreement in principal between the u.s. and iran for one-on-one talks over their nuclear weapons programs. after the election according to the "new york times." the white house was quick to deny that. but other sources are saying that iranians have indicated that they're ready to talk. it comes four months after that last round of talk involving a larger group. the u.s. said that it's willing to meet one-on-one with iranians to get them to promise not to build a nuclear weapon.
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and not to enrich uranium. sharyn? >> what would likely have to have first? >> well, this is all about sanctions and enriching uranium. and the president and the's west believe that the sanctions are punishing iran. the president will not loosen sanctions unless iran stops enriching uranium and they can prove it. they can verify that they're not enriching uranium for nuclear weapons. >> the timing is curious. the weekend before this final presidential debates. >> hours really before. why the white house is so quick in its denial last night that this report by the "new york times" was completely correct, there are other newspapers that are quoting diplomatic sources. but you'll hear a lot about this in the debate tomorrow night. it will be interesting to see if the president confirms some of this, how information he gives of where we stand. it is going to be a fascinating debate tomorrow.
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>> a good october surprise. thanks so much, david kerley. as we said, this news comes 16 days before the election and one day before the final debate. which will focus on foreign policy. you're looking at a live shot now of the debate site in boca raton, florida. they'll once again step into the arena, it's your voice, your te. let's bring in the host of abc's "this week," also host of "good morning america." george stephanopoulos. what do you make of the timing of this? is it real? >> it's hard to make what to make of it. on one hand you have the "new york times" saying that administration officials saying that iran has agreed. the white house is saying no. what you're looking at is the idea that iran believes that it's in their interest to get this out, if the initial report is true. now, i think that the most important thing, the most important factor is how will this play in the debate? as david pointed out, it will be interesting to see if president obama confirms any of the details.
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perhaps, even more importantly, how will mitt romney respond? he has to be open. on the other hand, israel through their ambassador has already signaled they're not open to direct talks. romney through this campaign has tried to align him closely with the government in israel. >> these debates have been huge. we have tons of millions of people watching the debates. do we expect this third one to be potentially as impactful given that it's number three and it's focused on foreign policy? >> hard to imagine that it will have as much impact as that first debate that changed the dynamics. the subject is foreign policy, which voters tend not to care about as much in their voting. on the other hand, this race is so close right now that everything matters, everything can turn this race. and finally, this is the last
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chance that both men have to speak to this many voters. watching tomorrow night. >> lot of people will tune in because, it's sort of become reality tv. these two men are really at each other's throats. >> no question about it. i would wonder -- coming off of the ferocity of last tuesday's debate, they'll be sitting at a table and talking about foreign policy. and mitt romney has been trying to give a more moderate tone. i wouldn't be surprise if he looks to where he agrees with president obama on foreign policy. >> who has a bigger -- who needs to have a bigger night? >> that's a very, very tough question. mitt romney still seems to have some momentum, still coming out of that first debate, on the other hand, president obama has the advantage in these key battleground states.
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i think both men are under pressure to avoid one thing over all -- no huge mistake. they get through the night without a huge mistake, they both go to their turnout machine the final two weeks. >> george, thank you. george has a big show this morning, chicago mayor rahm emanuel and florida senator marco rubio, also this reminder, join george and diane sawyer for full coverage of the final presidential debate tomorrow night at 9:00 eastern. all right, now, we'll check the morning's other top stories. abc's linsey davis is here. >> good morning, everyone. topping the news this morning -- the fbi is hunting for the person who called in a bomb threat for a plane scheduled to leave l.a. international airport. it was taken to an isolated part of the airport and searched. nothing was found. the plane was cleared. that toll from that deadly meningitis outbreak has climbed once again, two more died, bringing the total number of deaths to 23.
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there are now 284 illnesses in 16 states. tensions and security are high in lebanon today for the funeral of the nation's assassinated intelligence chief. friday's car bombing that also killed seven other people is being linked to the civil war in neighboring syria. many are fear of being drawn into the civil war. and to the uk now, hundreds of people protesting government's spending cuts. the people broke away from a larger peaceful protest attempting to storm stores owned by multinational companies claiming they're avoiding taxes. several people were arrested. and finally, one college football fan is lucky to still be in one piece today. take a look at this guy. he runs out on to the football field during yesterday's florida state/miami game right in the middle of a play. somehow he imagines avoid
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getting steam rolleded by a player. the referee ruled that he had no impact on the play. they let it stand. new meaning to the idea of no harm, no foul. >> thank you, linsey. appreciate it. one of the big issues in the election has been high gas prices, which may explain that energy policy provoked the most heated moments in last week's debate. but now, as election day approaches, gas prices are about to take a big plunge. a happy u-turn. for drivers who have been paying 4 bucks a gallon in some spots. abc's mark greenblatt is at a gas station here in new york city. >> gas prices are going down fast. here this morning in new york, the price for regular unleaded gallon of gas is $4.14. at long last, gas prices look like they're final plunging.
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experts predict, soon, every gallon could cost 50 cents less than the peak price of $3.90 a gallon. >> it's a good thing. >> 50 cents is significant. >> reporter: for drivers with an eye on the holidays it's not a moment too soon. from montana to florida, prices are finally headed in the right direction -- down. with the national average already falling 17 cents this month to 3.69. forecasts they'll keep falling. >> coupled with an expected with a drop in demand which we're already seeing equals lower price. >> reporter: one reason, problems with oil refineries on the west coast and in the midwest has begun to soften. pu in hardest-hit california, consumers don't want to wait three weeks for even more relief.
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they saw gas rise above $5 a gallon. but there's good news for those in california, if there's not a major world event, we're told that prices could drop as much as $1 for california drivers. now to the craziest story of the morning. take a look at this hidden camera video of a man vandalizing cars, homes and lawns. neighbors rigged up the cameras to prove that it's lingtd to a man embroiled to one nasty feud. john muller is on the story. >> reporter: the latest installment in the neighbor from hell series. we have seen this story before, this one comes from miami, complete with surveillance cameras and plenty of strange behavior. one man is under arrest. charged with criminal mischief and stalking. they call him from the neighbor from hell. members of a miami community say that this surveillance footage
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is proof that mitchell igelko has been terrorizing them for four years. >> he's an angry guy and he tries to intimidate you. >> reporter: here, throwing what looks like an egg at someone's house. sprinkling nails on someone's driveway. >> i was getting flat tires, not only myself but everybody in my neighbor. >> reporter: early this week, mitchell was arrested and charged with stalking. neighbors allege one man's reign of terror when he started feuding with bob and kelly after they hired another company to do some work. watch here. at what appears to be lick wade squirted from this white truck. neighbors say that igelko was behind it.
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>> i see a lot of jet stream of toxic liquid getting into my grass. so, i double-checked with my camera. i got the proof right there. >> reporter: and there was more. an unidentified person throws a rock through a car window. in another, unknown men spray gasoline on a car. and watch here. as a boat bursts into flames. frightened neighbors accusing igelko of hiring others to do his dirty work. igelko's lawyers say that this is nothing more than an ongoing neighbor dispute. and that himself has been victimized by vandals. >> to suggest that my client would vandalize his own home, burn his own grass, throw eggs on his own car is proprouss to. as soon as the state turns the videos over, they'll be in a better position to answer questions and miami police are also looking over those tapes as well. dan and sharyn. >> this can't help home value.
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>> can you imagine? no, it certainly cannot. >> thank you, john mural. time now for the weather over to ginger zee. good morning again. we have tremendous pictures coming in from the seattle area. that's a waterspout. they get one to two per year. so, it's relatively rare. really nice photos. this is north of seattle. near everett as well. one more to show you, a little bit darker view. all of these coming from our great affiliate there komo. what else comes with it? the unsettled weather gives you those waterspouts. not just for the seattle area, down through portland and parts of the rookies there -- i'm sorry, the sierras, the season's first snow for some. mt. shasta, big snows coming in. this is about the time of year we do expect it. what's crazy is how warm it was yesterday in lubbock, texas, a record 93.
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today, 91. dallas close to 90. summer is not over in some spots. but here in the northeast, it's looking pretty average, slightly above average. sunshine coming back out for many. one more thing before i leave you, we're watching the potential for tropical storm sandy to develop. in the eastern caribbean. we'll be watching this. hurricane seon goes until the >> good morning. beautiful start to your sunday. temperatures right now around 50-degree mark. 47 in bethesda. the big picture, a high-pressure o dominate. a cloud into find the sky right now. tomorrow, even warmer, a 72-75. >> the first picture that i have to share with you is from kansas
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and we see the beautiful sunset there with the wind turbines in the background. thank you so much for sending these in. and from virginia, i had to put this one up. that's blue ridge parkway. i want that in my house. if you want to send it to me. >> i think my grandma had that in her house, ginger. >> oh, wow. it's getting tense in here. >> all right. let's change the subject. news of the weird. the story of a guy in pennsylvania who said that his rv was attacked and the perp was bigfoot. >> according to this man, it's not his first close encounter with sasquatch. linsey's back with this bizarre story. >> happy birthday, linsey. >> i appreciate it, again. it's one thing to claim to
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have seen bigfoot once, it's another to claim three times is the charm for this pennsylvania man, who said that he's been looking for the mythical creature for his whole life. police in central pennsylvania are investigating an alleged vandal in these woods. but this is no ordinary criminal. this one is tall, hairy and walks hunched over. and goes by the name of sasquatch, according to john reed who claims that he saw a sasquatch walk past his mobile home while camping with his girlfriend. >> i could not see a full thing, to me, it looked like it might have been going like this, but the top of the head and the shoulders were about here and >> reporter: reed said that the creature threw rocks at his mobile home. reid gave chase, jumping into his truck alongside his girlfriend, and they even made
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special bigfoot calls in an effort to locate the creature. >> as soon as i did it, something stood up on her side of the truck. something stood up. stood up and went up this into the woods. >> reporter: reed, a self-described bigfoot tracker since the age of 10, he claims that the bigfoot sighting was his third. after the incident, he posted to the group's facebook page, do i believe in bigfoot? yes, i do. his bigfoot encountered left his mobile with smashed windows. it was a warning from the sa skshgs quatch to get off his territories. >> john reed has some tips for people who may encounter bigfoot themselves, male bigfoot or big feet, the males at any rate,
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they have enlarged foreheads, go uphill. since females are top heavy run downhill. >> you have to, in this scenario, you need to gauge the gender in order to run up the hill or down the hill. thank you very much. good bigfoot call by the way. i'm impressed. coming up -- crushed. a female zookeeper fighting for her life. after being pinned to a post by an elephant. what went wrong with this seemingly peaceful beast? plus, george clooney dragged into court over an italian sex scandal involving a rocking dancer, a former prime minister. and something called a bunga-bunga party. and why are these guys pulling their car up to the front door of a department store? some questionable decisionmaking coming up in "fixation." [ female announcer ] it's deliciously dark just before dawn.
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♪ ♪ let's talk about sex he's one of the biggest stars in hollywood and now he he's being dragged into a courtroom drama in italy. george clooney. tangled up in a salacious case. involving the prime minister and a dancer named ruby. allegations of something called a bunga-bunga party. and also, it may force clooney to come face to face with an ex-girlfriend for the first time since they split. good morning, america. i'm dan harris alongside sharyn alfonsi. we're going to start this half-hour, though, with a little bit of breaking news we'll get over to linsey davis who's in for ron claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. in the news this morning -- breaking news. former senator and presidential candidate george mcgovern has died. he lost the 1972 election to richard nixon in a landslide.
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he was 90 years old. the "new york times" is reporting that iran is making moves toward holding one-on-one talks with the white house over its nuclear programs. the white house denies that a meeting has been set. that report will most certainly come up at tomorrow night's third and final debate between president obama and mitt romney. both are taking the day off from campaigning to focus on the debate. and finally, eight-time grammy winner adele is a mom. the singer reportedly gave birth to a baby boy last week, as you would expect, she's said to be ecstatic with the new arrival. and time now for the weather and ginger zee. good morning, everybody. we have to start with the meteor shower last night. we got pictures in and nasa took some of the best one. this was taken in georgia. and you can really see it. some clear skies up and down the east coast.
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that happens when the earth passes through haley's comet orbit. that famous comet we all know. into the weather forecast, there's a very small area for severe weather including midland, texas, all the way down toward the mexican border. lubbock could get some >> gd morning, washington. fall at its finest today. tomorrow is even milder. that pattern of >> this weather report has been brought to you by devry university. dan and sharyn. >> all right, thanks ginger. but first, another story about a zookeeper fighting for her life after being crushed by an elephant. her heart actually stopped beating for a while.
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minutes after she was pinned to a pole after a training session. it's another reminder even the most experienced animal trainers are putting themselves at risk. john schriffen is here with more. >> sharyn, this horrific accident happened when the experienced trainer was inside the elephant barn. in plain view to the public. it's not clear what triggered the elephant. but in recent months, we have seen more and more vicious attacks on animal handlers. seen here as a young calf in 2010, this playful pachyderm is now a three-on the adolescent. he's responsible for nearly crushing his trainer to death. >> the elephant pinned her up against one of the fence's poles. >> reporter: according to the report, the 40-year-old was in the process of trying to show how the elephants bathe when mr. shuffles challenged her authority. >> she did briefly say what
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happened. the patient went into cardiac arrest. they got her heart beating again. she's breathing on her own. >> reporter: by all accounts, the senior zookeeper dedicated her life to the elephant's well-being. >> she has been keeping busy, swimming, playing with his toys. >> reporter: this is just the latest incident following a summer of animal attacks the hands that feed them. in august, a crowd of this ohio fair was in shock as an elephant chomped down on a trainer's arm for 21 agonizing seconds as his partner tried to free him. >> there was no muscle damage. there was no nerve damage. >> reporter: back in june, an american graduate student wasn't as lucky, the 26-year-old was mauled by two chimps at the jane goodall institute. in south africa. this morning, back in australia, she's in critical but stable
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condition. now, in each of these attacks experts say that the animal were sily reacting as they would in the wild. and they're not to be blamed. the zoo in australia are currently investigating the incident. dan and sharyn. >> thanks, john. >> can't blame the animals. they're wild animals. coming up on "good morning america" -- clooney on the stand. the hollywood heart throb called to testify in a sex scandal in italy while facing his ex-girlfriend for the first time since their breakup. talk about high stakes. we're back in a minute. to compete on the global stage. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university, we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure everyone's ready with the know how we need for a new tomorrow. [ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make sure you're ready. at ♪
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♪ ♪ let's talk about sex it's a starring role that i'm pretty sure that george clooney didn't really want. he's expected to testify in italy about a party at the home of former prime minister. clooney may also have to face an ex-girlfriend for the first time since their breakup. as part of this testifying. it's a sticky situation. abc's tanya rivero is here for more. >> reporter: this is the sensational trial riveting the world its tawdry cocktail of sex, power and celebrity. now, the most eligible bachelor
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is being dragged into the mix, george clooney, has been summoned to help defend someone with much more serious crimes. former italian prime minister berlusconi made a rare appearance at his own trial friday. claiming that george clooney and his ex-girlfriend can help him through that he's never had sex with an underaged dancer. now, the defense is calling both of them to the stand. >> to have a big movie star to come from hollywood all the way to italy to testify on your behalf, that's credibility for you. >> reporter: the stakes are high. berlusconi faces up to 15 years in prison if he's found guilty. he admits that he gave her nearly $08,000, but said the money was for a beauty salon that ruby planned to open.
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the 76-year-old media mogul is also charged with abuse of power for alleging springing her from jail, saying that she was the egyptian president's niece. >> i had one evening with berlusconi. >> reporter: in an interview with time magazine, clooney said that he met berlusconi but never partied with him and will say it under oath. >> i spoke to their people and i will come and testify if you would like, because i wasn't at the party that i was said to have been at. a bunga-bunga party. >> reporter: those bunga-bunga said to be lavished parties that he hosted at his house. ruby said that she saw george and his "dancing with the stars" ex-. >> if george clooney said that i wasn't there, it cast doubt on the credibility of these other
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witnesses. it could give respect to the defense itself. >> and we reached out to clooney's reps to find out if he will indeed testify in milan this friday, as requested. so far no response. but if he and his ex show up in court, it will be the first time they have seen each other since their breakup last year. and of course, people will be looking for sparks. >> awkward. >> sparks or icicles. thank you. coming up here on "good morning america" -- what's making this baby so upset? little hint. it has to do with a preference for either cats or dogs. preference to either cats or dogs. nightlwig the stacking the steaming. that's the transformative power of one ingenious little breathe right. try one free at and open your nose instantly. feel the power of air sleep like you mean it and rise to mornings alive with activity. breathe better, sleep better. one free try is all it takes.
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we could find on the internet. ginger? >> this one is my next challenge, have to go to china for it. but this is what you're seeing on this video. this man visiting her girlfriend for her birthday in china, the tallest bungee jump in the world. that 764 feet. >> wow. >> wow. >> we know where i'm going. >> you think you would actually do it? >> of course. >> it's now confirmed ginger zee absolutely nuts. linsey davis? linsey davis, what do you got? the proof that every dog does it in fact has his day. his name is dudley. the owner's name is charlie. and this is actually a project for a communications class. at the university of texas. his project was to create a video that would get 1,000 hits. well, this one has almost half a million hits.
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basically the day in the life of a dog. private moments there for dudley and then the tag line on this, your dog doesn't know sit. >> skirting the line there, birthday girl. >> that's what it said. i didn't make that up. not an original. in my mine, pretty self-explanatory. a 4-month-old baby here whose mom is at home. little bored sometimes. >> what sound does a cat make? meow. [ laughter ] >> what sound does a cat make? meow. >> oh, make it stop. she's a dog person. enough already. >> you can really tell. it's one of these early choices. >> absolutely. so, we have now the anatomy
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of a terrible decision, this is -- this is a group of guys at a department store and that is their car and you can hear -- they think this is hilarious, they're driving right into the store. >> very dangerous. >> as one is in a situation like this, one does tend to giggle. and they drive through the entire store. as far as i know, they didn't buy anything or steal anything. but more impressively, they didn't break anything. >> they didn't hit anything? >> no. they make it all of the way through the store. >> what kind of a car was it? >> i think it was a yugo. i made that up. it was a small car. >> i believe you. >> the laugh stter is the funni thing of the whole thing. >> it sounds like beavis and butthead. >> maybe too sophisticated for beavis and butthead.
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thanks to sharyn alfonsi for coming in on a sunday morning and linsey davis for coming in on her birthday to bring us the news. >> thank you for having me. >> poor thing. >> go out and have a great day. >> and some sleep. we leave you with our favorite video. can we all agree that this is our favorite individual crow of the morning? >> yeah. >> this is dudley the dog. dudley the dog, starting his day as you start yours. pick out some grooming tips. as you watch this, george stephanopoulos is back with "this week" and david muir back with "world news" tonight. david muir on "world news." a
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>> live and in hd, this is abc news update. >> good morning. two georgetown university students were insulted by an found in their home yesterday morning. both students received minor injuries. off towardss ran campus. hundreds of early birds are the army 10-miler
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this morning. several roads in the area will be closed. washington boulevard and arlington into the district. the race finishes back here in arlington. >> good morning. here is a live shot of northern virginia. all of those leads are changing, perfectly clear sky. sunshine of the potomac, a beautiful morning. downtown, at 52 degrees. no problems whatsoever today. high-pressure directly overhead. is why there will be very w clouds out there. mildoday, sunny, breezy, a day. e mid-60's.s in th
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if you like that, tomorrow is even better. 72-75.tures tomorrow at by tuesday and wednesday, the upper 70's. almost like summer. >> sounds dead. thank you for watching. [ mitt romney ] we have to work on a collaborative basis. look, the reason i'm in this race
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there are peoe that are really hurting today in this country. and we face this deficit -- could crush the future generations. and republicans and democrats both love america but we need to have leadership -- leadership in washington that will actually bring people together and get the job done and could not care less if it's a republican or democrat. i've done it before, i'll do it again. i'm mitt romney, and i approve this message.

ABC News Good Morning America
ABC October 21, 2012 8:00am-9:00am EDT

News/Business. George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, Josh Elliott. (2012) New. (HD) (CC)

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